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Macro Array Diagnostics: EU funds Viennese biotech start-up for allergy tests

The team of Macro Array Diagnostics © Macro Array Diagnostics (MAD)

The firm founded in 2016 and specializing in allergy diagnostics wants to further develop its so-called Allergy Explorer (ALEX) which can put together a comprehensive antibody profile using just a single drop of blood plasma or serum. This test takes 300 different allergens into account, including all known allergy triggers. The aim is to provide patients with a quicker and easier diagnosis of their allergies.

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